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Scrapbook kept by Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson, during the Occupation. Book 5, Page 95. Includes: newscuttings of notices and articles published in the Evening Post; and a copy of a Red Cross message from Bernard John Jackson to Helen M Sinnatt [Helene Marie Sinnatt, née Jackson] of 40 La Motte Street.




August 3rd 1943 - March 4th 1944

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Includes newscuttings of: an article regarding a prizegiving ceremony at the Education Office for teachers and pupils relating to the teaching of German; a summation of a letter received from Linsday Barrington Jupp, an internee at W [Wurzach] internment camp detailing life in the camp; a conversation published in The Man in the Street column concerning concentration; and a notice by the Food Control Office concerning the availability of jam, cheese and macaroni on ration. Red Cross message refers to Tim [Douglas Lipscombe Sinnatt], Mickie [Maureen Margaret Sinnatt], Kenneth [Kenneth Britton] and Betty Knott.


Bennett, Herbert Frederick
Bleul, Mr
Brée, Philip Ernest
Britton, Kenneth
Chinn, Mary Carswell
Fenton, Joan
Ferne, Emily Vera
Fieldhouse, Ivy Dimond, née Jones
Greaves, John Badier
Hepburn, Harold Sidney
Hutton, John Kenneth
Jackson, Bernard John
Jupp, Lindsey Barrington
Knackfuss, Colonel, Field Commandant
Knott, Betty
Lewis, Eunice Aimee
Priestly, Frank
Ray, Catherine Alyce, née Woolmore
Ray, Frank Angus
Sinnatt, Douglas Lipscombe
Sinnatt, Helene Marie, née Jackson
Williams, W de L, General
British Red Cross
Eastern Hotel
Education Department
Essential Commodities Department
Evening Post
Food Control Office
International Red Cross
War Organisation of the British Red Cross and Order of St John


15, Halkett Place | Wurzach | cheese | Education | German | Internees | internment camps | jam | macaroni | newscuttings | Newspapers | notices | Occupation | presentations | prizegivings | propaganda | Rationing | scrapbooks | Second World War | teaching


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